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St Mary's Farnham Royal Church of England Primary School

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Weekly Work W/B Mon 08.02.21

Welcome to another week. One week to go until half term?

 

Here is a face you know to explain what to do over the next week.

Hello from Miss Moore

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Keep all the fantastic work coming in and don't forget to check Reading Eggspress for assignments and keep practising your times tables on Rock Stars. Look out for your work on our great work section of the website. We are very proud of you ! wink

English:

 

WALTs:

 

Lesson 1: To write a mythical adventure story.

 

Lesson2: To write a mythical adventure story

 

Lesson 3: To write a mythical adventure story

 

Lesson 4: To edit and rewrite.

 

Lesson 5: To perform in front of an audience

 

Below are instructional PowerPoints to guide you through the week. 

 

English Resources:

Maths:

 

WALTs:

Lesson 1: To recognise find and write tenths as decimals

 

Lesson 2: To recognise, find and write fractions on a number line.

 

Lesson 3: To recognise, find and use fractions of an amount.

 

Lesson 4: To recognise, find and use fractions of an amount.

 

Lesson 5: Consolidation lesson: go back over anything you have struggled with or ask someone at home to create some questions for you linked to what we have done this week. Why not have a go at the gold sheets if you haven’t already.

 

This  week we are continuing to go over a topic you missed in Year 3. We will then begin the Year 4 work on the same topic. Completing this will help build the foundation for the Year 4 learning.

Maths Resources:

 

Below are instructional PowerPoints and differentiated sheets like we use in class. You do not need to complete all three sheet. Just complete the colour you would normally do in class or give yourself a challenge by going onto the next colour.

 

 

 

SPaG:

 

WALT: To identify and punctuate direct and indirect speech. 

 

Below is an instructional PowerPoint and differentiated task sheets as used in class. 

Check out Discovery Espresso for some additional tips and help laugh

SPaG Resources:

Topic:

 

WALT: understand rivers and the water cycle

 

This week  would like you to continue to take a more in depth view on the geography of rivers, the water cycle and identifying rivers around the world using an atlas.

 

It would be great if you use the website below to make your own water cycle model and send it in ton us as pictures or a video.

Topic resources:

Geography | KS1 | KS2 | Rivers | BBC Teach

This film is a useful tool to show pupils how the river journey changes as it moves from source to mouth.It can be used to describe what happens at each stag...

Geography- Stages of a River

Physical Geography in English Stages of A RIVER

The Water Cycle | The Dr. Binocs Show | Learn Videos For Kids

Learn about the water cycle with Dr. Binocs. Hey kids! Ever wondered how it rains? Where does the water vapour disappear? Don't worry, Dr. Binocs is here wit...

The Water Cycle

This video uses animation, graphics, and video clips to illustrate and explain each of the "flow" and "storage" processes in the Hydrologic Cycle, more commo...

Science:

 

WALT: To investigate and understand Pitch

 

The next two weeks we would like you to learn about Pitch and how it differs to volume. we would also like you to create a homemade instrument and demonstrate pitch using it.

 

 

Below is an instructional PowerPoint and Task sheet.

Science Resources:

Volume and Pitch

High or Low Sounds

This video goes well with a great resource on TPT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/High-vs-Low-Sort-Worksheet-Activity-1932062Be sure to check ou...

Learn About Sound | Nat Geo Kids Sound Playlist

Discover the very best videos about sound YouTube has to offer - brought to you by National Geographic Kids!➡ Subscribe for more National Geographic Kids vid...

RE:

 

WALT: To show what you have learned about pilgrimages

 

This week there are no instructional PowerPoints of Task sheets however, I have put some useful video links below. 

WARNING: Parents, please be aware, if using YouTube for research on this topic there are some videos which include content which you may feel is not appropriate for your child. 

 

I would like you create a mini project on pilgrimages to show all you have learned about the subject this half term.

You can make a video or a poster or even an information leaflet. Be original and play to your strengths,

Art:

 

WALT: To create an artistic representation of a journey through Egypt.

 

Below is an instructional PowerPoint. This topic will continue over the next few weeks. 

Art Resources

French:

 

WALT: To show what you have learned about colours and clothing

 

There is also a video to help you. 

 

Look and practice the words and phrases in the powerpoints and then try to film yourself having a French conversation with a family member or write some dialogue down and send it in.

 

create a poster showing all the colors and clothing you have learned in French.

A French song about clothes and colours | French - Virtually There: France

Suitable for ages 7 to 11. A lively song to practice vocabulary for clothes and colours and a variety of other adjectives. A clip from a series teaching the ...

♫ La Chanson des Couleurs ♫ French Colors Song ♫ Les Couleurs en Français ♫ Learn French Basics ♫

https://www.jublie2.com/ www.facebook.com/jublie2LEARN FRENCHLearn the French Colors with a SongApprenez les Couleurs en Francais avec une ChansonLerne d...

Colours and Clothes in French

Colours used with four nouns - masculine feminine singular and plural. See how certain colours change their spelling when applied to a feminine / plural noun...

Computing:

 

WALT: To understand coding

 

In computing this term we are going to be learning about coding! Discovery espresso have a fantastic coding program which you can complete. There is clear step to step guides for each lesson and there are units to complete on the website and this will be throughout the Spring Term so you do not need to rush to complete them all! Try and complete a lesson once a week and use it as some fun after completing the other tasks!

To access the coding you just need to follow these instructions:

1. Go to https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/login/eha/?service=coding and use the login

Username: student4890

Password: royal4 

2. Find the tab 'BLOCK CODING' at the top of the screen and find 'LEVEL 4.' 

3. You will then have to work through starting from the Refresher (levels 1-3)- 

Then looking at introduction to variables

PSHE and Well-Being:

 

Looking after ourselves should always be a priority but even more so in these challenging times. If we don't look after ourselves how can we look after those we love the most and those around us?

 

Over the coming weeks take some time to enjoy some activities with your family. Many of the home learning tasks are designed to be done with others and this is a great opportunity to spend some time learning together and enjoying each others' company. 

 

Below are a few activities designed with well-being in mind. 

 

As with any of the other work, please send us pictures or a few words in an email explaining what you did. Remember, documenting these activities is not the main focus so please don't feel pressured to remember to take pictures just enjoy the time you spend doing the activity.

 

If you wish to complete the PSHE activities we would have been doing in class, there is a document below for you to have a look at. 

 

This week we would like you to look at our differences and respecting them. 

Below is a Power point and then a poster template to look at and work through.

We Are All Different - and THAT'S AWESOME! | Cole Blakeway | TEDxWestVancouverED

What is it that makes you different? What makes you jump out of bed? Cole Blakeway, a messy ten year old teaches us the value of celebrating differences as h...

PE

 

We all know being active is really important but even more so during these times. It can be very easy to just stay cozy on the sofa 

 

Try to do a little exercise or movement each day and let us know how you're getting on! 

 

Below are some video ideas but you may have another suggestion you would like to share! 

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